Indoor Solar

When I first started this challenge, I was using my crock pot indoors often, and I thought a solar cooker would be a good way to take that cooking outside. And, for the most part, it was.

Today, however, I had to experience in reverse. You see, I had already made the batter for oat bread when I realized that it was raining. No sun for us, but I needed the bread. My oven is still stinky, so I decided to see if a crock pot could sub for a solar cooker.

I spread the batter thin on parchment lined bread pans and cooked them on high for about 1-2 hours.


It worked well! I had to use all morning to make the three loaves, but they came out cooked and tasty.


Rating: good. Check out the recipe here!